|Supplier Slogan||We’re expanding the human possibilities of the connected world||Bring the IoT to Life.||THINK.||Imagination at Work.||Invented for life||Your Business Technologists. Powering Progress.|
|HQ Location||European Union||United States||United States||United States||Germany||France|
|Stock Ticker||NYSE: NOK||NASDAQ: CSCO||NYSE: IBM||NYSE: GE||NYSE: ATOS|
|Revenue||> $10b||> $10b||> $10b||> $10b||> $10b||> $10b|
|Employees||> 50,000||> 50,000||> 50,000||> 50,000||> 50,000||> 50,000|
|Website||Open website||Open website||Open website||Open website||Open website||Open website|
Nokia is an innovation leader in the technologies that connect people and things. We tap into the power of connectivity by combining network infrastructure, software and services with advanced technologies for smart devices. From the transistor to Virtual Reality, our people and inventions have transformed how the world connects and communicates. We are focused on two business areas: - Our four networks business units are leading the change to smart, virtual networks with one seamless service - Our technologies business unit focuses on advanced R&D to reimagine the way technology blends into everyday life
Cisco designs and sells broad lines of products, provides services and delivers integrated solutions to develop and connect networks around the world, building the Internet. Over the last 30 plus years, they have been the world’s leader in connecting people, things and technologies - to each other and to the Internet - realizing their vision of changing the way the world works, lives, plays and learns. Today, Cisco have over 70,000 employees in over 400 offices worldwide who design, produce, sell, and deliver integrated products, services, and solutions. Over time, they have expanded to new markets that are a natural extension of their core networking business, as the network has become the platform for automating, orchestrating, integrating, and delivering an ever-increasing array of information technology (IT)–based products and services. Revenue: $49.2 billion (2015) NASDAQ: CSCO Subsidiaries/ Business Units: - Jasper - OpenDNS - CloudLock
IBM is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation that manufactures and markets computer hardware, middleware and software, and offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology. IBM is intent on leading the development of a global data field. Year founded: 1911 Revenue: $92.7 billion (2014) NYSE: IBM
GE is a diversified specialty equipment, infrastructure and financial services company. Their products and services range from aircraft engines, power generation, oil and gas production equipment, and household appliances to medical imaging, business and consumer financing and industrial products. GE believes new technologies will merges big iron with big data to create brilliant machines. This convergence of machine and intelligent data is known as the Industrial Internet, and it's changing the way we work. Year founded: 1892 Revenue: $148.5 billion (2014) NYSE: GE Featured Subsidiaries/ Business Units: - GE Digital - GE Predix - GE Intelligent Platform - Wurldtech
Bosch is an industry leader in automobile and industrial equipment, as well as consumer goods and building systems. Bosch operates via 440 subsidiaries in 60 countries; its core lines include mobility (auto) systems, from diesel/hybrid drive to steering, starter motors and generators, electronics, and brakes. Year founded: 1886 Revenue: $58.7 billion (2014) Portfolio Companies: - Bosch Software Innovations - Rexroth - Deepfield Robotics - Escrypt - ProSyst
Atos provides services such as facilities management, e-commerce consulting, systems design, implementation, and integration, and managed services. It also offers data and transaction processing services, website hosting, and outsourced services for such functions as customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning. Year founded: 1988 Revenue: $17.0 billion (2014) NYSE: ATOS
Globally, countries, cities, industries and businesses are becoming digital to capitalize on the next wave of the Internet - the Internet of Everything (IoE), which we define as the connection of people, processes, data and things. When people, processes, data and things are connected, we believe it creates an opportunity to deliver better customer experiences, create new revenue streams and operating models to drive efficiency and produce value. Cisco's goal is to be a strategic partner to our customers by providing the solutions, people, partners and experience as their customers move from traditional to digital businesses. They believe their customers’ journey to becoming digital businesses requires security, cloud, mobile, social and analytic technologies with a strong foundation of an intelligent network that is agile, simple and that provides real time business insight. The move to digital is driving many of their customers to adopt entirely new IT architectures and organization structures. In their view, Cisco are delivering the architectural approach and solution-based results to help them reduce complexity, accelerate and grow, and manage risk in a world that is increasingly virtualized, application centric, cloud-based, analytics-driven, and mobile.
Nine billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices today, and the number is growing. Organizations must consider how to manage the complexities of connecting to a seemingly unlimited number of devices and how to effectively integrate IoT data with data from other sources, such as internal data stores. Business value comes to those who improve their data capabilities—integration, automation and analysis—not to those who simply connect the most devices to the network. Watson IoT is a set of capabilities that learn from, and infuse intelligence into, the physical world. The IoT generated data, and it is extremely varied, noisy, time-sensitive and often confidential. Complexity grows as billions of devices interact in a moving world. This presents a growing challenge that will test the limits of programmable computing. Cognitive IoT is our opportunity to fully exploit this resource. Cognitive IoT is not explicitly programmed. It learns from experiences with the environment and interactions with people. It brings true Machine Learning to systems and processes so they can understand your goals, then integrate and analyze the relevant data to help you achieve them.
The Industrial Internet allows you to combine brilliant machines with best-in-class analytics to deliver valuable new insights that were never before possible. The results of these powerful analytic insights can be revolutionary for your business by transforming your technological infrastructure, helping reduce unplanned downtime and maximize profitability and efficiency. GE believes the Industrial Internet unlocks new possibilities and drives transformation by connecting brilliant machines, advanced analytics and people at work. By getting equipment connected and having insights and evidence of when equipment maintenance is needed, you can optimize the maintenance schedule and cycle. GE’s business is making the Industrial Internet real. They help customers connect their machines, data, insights and people to improve performance, uptime and productivity. Their scalable, open standard control solutions bring the benefits of connected machines to customers' operations.
Many areas of our lives have already been changed by the Internet of Things, and industry is no exception. By blending the real and the virtual worlds of production via the internet, the IoT makes it possible to connect all parts of the production process: machines, products, systems, and people. This means that machines and products can communicate so they can manage themselves and each other. Software-based system and service platforms will play a major role in tomorrow’s manufacturing; they are the only way to bring connectivity, including data analysis, to machines and workpieces in production. Bosch's software solutions for connected manufacturing and logistics gather, visualize, analyze, and monitor machine, process, and sensor data. They then translate this data into useful information that serves as a source for their rule- and process-based actions. The transparency this creates allows clients to determine precisely where to optimize production and logistics processes along the entire value chain.
The rise of machine-to-machine (M2M) communication will bring an unprecedented need for network infrastructure, and foster the advent of a new generation of devices, pioneered by the Nabaztag, which have connectivity as their raison d’être. As more and more objects from daily life are being embedded with computing capabilities, personal computers as we know them will become a tool of the past. The Internet of Things (IoT) will be disruptive by nature and businesses and organizations have little choice but to adopt it. Now is the time for CEOs, CIOs and decision makers to understand the potential of the IoT and reap the associated benefits in terms of economic growth and individual well-being, thus making IoT an IoT for People. Atos is committed to dedicating more effort to the IoT and take ubiquitous computing to the masses.
Barilla Group, Del Papa Distributing, Stanley Black and Decker
Daimler, Sogeti HighTech, Synchrony Systems
Boeing, Songas, Wheaton Franciscan
John Deere, Suzuki, ThyssenKrupp Steel
NHS Scotland, NS&I, Telekom
GE_The_Cloud_Advantage_2015.pdfGE_Software-Modernizing-Machine-to-Machine-Interactions_2013.pdfGE_services-for-your-iiot-journey_2016.pdfGE_industrial-internet-insights-report_2014.pdfGE_Industrial_Internet_Pushing_Boundaries_2012.pdfGE_Digital_Industrial_presentation_2016.pdfGE_Digital_Energy.pdfCase Study_GE’s Big Bet on Data and Analytics.pdf
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|Platform as a Service (PaaS)||Strong||None||Strong||Strong||Strong||None|
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|Analytics & Modeling||Moderate||None||Moderate||Strong||Moderate||Moderate|
|Cybersecurity & Privacy||Minor||Strong||Moderate||Minor||Moderate||Moderate|
|Networks & Connectivity||Moderate||Moderate||None||None||None||None|
|Processors & Edge Intelligence||None||None||None||None||None||None|
|Automation & Control||None||None||None||Minor||Minor||None|
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